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If your goal is to join the world of agribusiness professionals, you are becoming part of one of the most important industries you could imagine. This industry helps to safely sustain everything from food and fiber to protecting the globe's ecosystems. If your field of study lies in this venue, here are five books for agribusiness professionals that will provide a greater understanding of the industry. The world of agribusiness is constantly changing. With its tech and consumer focus, it is a highly volatile arena and the latest edition of Agribusiness Management will prepare managers and students for this evolving world of food and fiber production. The latest edition takes four unique approaches to the industry to help readers enhance their ability to cope and grow as agribusiness professionals.